This helpset details the initial setup of the hardware, software, and interfaces to the instrument and its RF connections. Display Layout describes the software user interface and features. How To describes how to perform specific tasks within the Mobile InterferenceHunter software. P/N: 10450-00045
Mobile InterferenceHunter is a drive tool for
locating RF interference sources. Mobile InterferenceHunter is a Microsoft Windows application. It runs on a laptop or tablet computer and can connect to Anritsu handheld spectrum analyzers through an Ethernet cable
or Wi-Fi via a travel router. The system displays multiple indicators of power levels which aid in determining the location of the interfering signal source. P/N: 10580-00416
The Anritsu mobile interference hunting system automates the interference hunting process. Multiple measurements are automatically taken and processed using the MX280007A software. Using mapping software resident on a Windows laptop/tablet, an Anritsu handheld spectrum analyzer and an omnidirectional antenna, directions and voice prompts are provided in this system to guide the driver to the source of interference. P/N: 11410-00823
To meet demand for additional bandwidth for cellular and broadcast operations, national regulators are reallocating spectrum previously used for other applications. Before a new network can be rolled out within these frequencies, it is critical for the new license owner to confirm that all legacy users have terminated their transmissions. P/N: 11410-01154
A small 2 page flyer to showcase the right tools needed to achieve best in class network reliability. P/N: 11410-00855
Discover Anritsu's best-in-class tools which will help your technicians and engineers optimize all areas of your network and elevate your network reliability to best-in-class. P/N: 11410-00617
This solution brochure covers the four steps to success when interference hunting, as well as which Anritsu product/solution is suitable for each step in the process. P/N: 11410-00900
This guide provides general information, configuration and operation instructions for the 2000-1752-R wireless travel router. P/N: 10580-00432
Interference from both illegal and unintentional signals is a significant problem for mobile service providers, security services and government regulators. Interference can often degrade network
performance, causing critical communications to be interrupted. Locating these sources of interference has traditionally been labor intensive and time consuming. Traditional methods include manually making numerous measurements from multiple locations using a directional antenna. Triangulation is then used to approximate the signal location.
This process is then iterated a number of times until the interferer is precisely located.
A conversation with Anritsu Company, by Senza Fili in collaboration with RCR Wireless. They discuss how testing evolves as operators densify their networks with DAS, small cells and other solutions. P/N: 11410-00990
The first indicators of interference are noisy links, for analog systems. Legacy AM and FM systems indicate
interference problems by various noises. Hiss, hum, or even voices from other transmissions can be heard.
For digital transmissions, such as HDTV, cellular, or P25, interference shows up as limited range, dropped
calls, or low data rate. That familiar waterfall sound on your cellular phone indicates poor reception and a
high bit error rate, which might be caused by interference. P/N: 11410-00972
With the rapid expansion of wireless communications, the need for robust networks relatively free of interference continues to grow. Capacity is degraded by the presence of illegal or unlicensed signals that interfere with legitimate transmissions. These signals can be periodic or be present at different frequencies over time, making the discovery and removal of these sources of interference a significant challenge. P/N: 11410-00938
A Primer for Public Safety Engineers and
Cellular Operators. This application note outlines how to spot and fix interference that radiates from Cable TV systems. P/N: 11410-00907
Spectrum monitoring has long been an established tool for spectrum management. The move to digital modulations and the drive to an “always connected” society have made the need for spectrum monitoring even more important. Monitoring can help resolve issues in the areas of interference, capacity, and reliability, and help regulate unlicensed use of the spectrum.
A well thought out spectrum monitoring tool, such as an Anritsu spectrum analyzer, is essential for this task. With a variety of sweep modes, Burst Detect, essential warning messages, task automation, and full remote control over Ethernet, Anritsu spectrum analyzers are well suited to this task.
Anritsu is prepared to assist you with your spectrum monitoring tasks and needs.